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SubjectRe: uswsusp history lesson [was Re: [Suspend2-devel] Re: swsusp / suspend2 reliability]
On Sat, 2006-07-08 at 12:38 +0200, Rafael J. Wysocki wrote:

> Actually, as I said above, as soon as we are _sure_ that LRU pages are not
> touched after the memory has been snapshotted, my patch will be mergeable
> and we'll get the ability to create bigger images without the added
> complexity. [Apart from the fact that the whole memory image on a box with
> more that 512 MB of RAM wouldn't make much sense, IMHO.] The _only_ thing
> needed here is an argument which you have to provide anyway to show that
> suspend2 does the right thing.
> As far as the support for ordinary files, swap files, etc. is concerned,
> there's nothing to worry about. It's comming.

This all sounds very encouraging. What's the rough timeframe for this?


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